Written by:


Grant Yuill

Head of Marketing & Communication


Our tenth episode in our webinar series ‘In discussion with Denovo’ is taking place on Wednesday 2nd June at 4:00pm.

brianIn this episode we will be talking to Brian Kenneally, CEO and Founder of Bundledocs about how the legal industry has seen a cultural shift in the way law firms operate. Particularly when it comes to using and sharing paper files.

With the demand on cloud solutions growing by 40% in the last 14 months, the legal sector has seen the requirement for tools like Bundledocs increase, as firms all over the country look for solutions to protect their client data when working remotely.

Brian and his team always knew there was a better way to collate case bundles . That’s why he created technology to assist firms with speeding up the bundling process. Bundledocs has been availlable for many years but it was the shift to remote working and through requests for electronic files from the courts that really accelerated the interest.

In this webinar we will show you how Bundledocs speeds up the process by effortlessly preparing quality, secure, professional briefs, document bundles, reports, eBooks or electronic binders in a matter of minutes, ready for you to save them, share them or print them. A process that usually requires a large amount of time and effort, made simple.

Bundledocs integration with CaseLoad now allows you to speed up the process even further. Now a solicitor, or their support staff, can prepare their case files in our case management system and seamlessly transfer them to Bundledocs to create quality e-bundles.

Join us to hear all about the benefits of e-bundling. Plus, we will show you how the integration with CaseLoad works in a live demo.

Duration: 30 minutes 

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